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Went on a3hr boat trip througha company on Agios beach was beautiful , Went turtle spotting which wasoneoff the bucket list, then Keri caves the water wascrystal clear and so blue magical. then a swim stop water as always warm clear amazingthenon to turtle islandfor...More
Took a speedboat out Turtle island and it stopped by these caves. Amazing blue water. Unfortunately we didn’t stop for a swim in the caves but beautiful to look at. The speedboats can get right in there.
Had a wonderful day seeing the Keri Caves, entering caves you'd think were too small for a boat to get through, seeing deep inside the caves (see pics). Also the water all around the caves is incredible (see pics) - so many different types of...More
The view of the caves are amazing but what makes it special is the the clear turquios water. There are many boat tours that will take you to see them. If you do a private tour with a small boat you can get a much...More
Called here on our boat trip round the whole island. The boat went deep into the caves as much as it could. It then stops there, so you can all get off and swim round the caves if you wish to. Lovely clear waters and...More
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You can access the caves from the small harbour at Limni Keri. Normally, the boat tour includes a turtle search, usually abortive until you round the island off Agios Sostis and meet Nelly, the resident female, a short stop... More
You can access the caves from the small harbour at Limni Keri. Normally, the boat tour includes a turtle search, usually abortive until you round the island off Agios Sostis and meet Nelly, the resident female, a short stop off on Maranothisi, (Turtle) island, then onto the blue lagoon where the caves are. There is no access from land.